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The Un-y-moon - Part II

Here is part II of the wedding series, tweaked and amplified a bit.  I had several requests to re-post them together.  As I mentioned in my previous post, I had a moment of caution last fall when I first wrote this series, and feared that I would alienate everyone, including my husband, by being so candid about our personal lives. 2,079 more words

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Tabriz and Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan: a small Caucasian, former-soviet republic wedged against the Caspian Sea. True, but not the entire truth. The Azerbaijani people are a Turkic language speaking (Azeri), Shia Muslim people of mixed Caucasian, Turkic and Iranian elements; and the vast majority of them live in northern Iran (fifteen million – disputed, perhaps much higher), not in independent Azerbaijan (nine million). 848 more words

Iran 2014

The social life has begun!

Last week I was fortunate enough to get the same group from Monday through Friday, which doesn’t often happen here as people just drive down for a few days ad hoc. 481 more words

Zion in the Snow

As a photographer I’d like to think that I am a great hunter of light. Scouting, waiting, anticipating, and then capturing that one moment that will standout from all the rest. 143 more words

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Snow Days

The only greater joy in pulling aside the curtains in the morning to the sight of snow falling, is the possibility that the snowfall could result in a phonecall from school declaring a ‘Snow Day’. 206 more words

Winter

Snow Soaped by Blair Gaulton

Snow Soaped
Snow
soaped
scalp
skin
soaked
shivering
significantly
scrambling to get indoors!
(C)BJG(Blair Gaulton)July 2014

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Christmas in July

Aloha Friday…
Yes it is July, but by the looks of it I feel like it is December. I am attending a craft fair this weekend with a Christmas in July theme, so I have these 2 wreaths and lots of banners and cards. 59 more words